The Packers have to figure out how to sign Rodgers to a long-term deal, as the franchise has until July 9 to sign a new quarterback.
The team has been linked to several quarterbacks, including Carson Wentz, but the latest reports suggest the team will likely wait until the summer to do so.
Rodgers, who turns 32 on July 11, has struggled to stay healthy over the past few seasons, which could ultimately affect his ability to sign long-lasting deals.
In 2015, he suffered a season-ending ACL tear in the third preseason game.
The Packers also have quarterback-needy teams in Arizona, Tennessee and Miami.